(April 2019)

DC, 2010 Series
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Price
2.99 USD
Pages
36
Indicia Frequency
bimonthly
On-sale Date
2019-02-20
Publisher's Age Guidelines
Rated E Everyone
Indicia / Colophon Publisher
DC Comics
Brand
DC Comics [corner box]
Barcode
761941298122 09711
Printer
LSC Communications, Glasgow, KY, USA
Editing
See notes.

Issue Notes

No editor credited in indicia. Editors are credited for the individual stories, but not for the issue overall. Printed by LSC Communications, Glasgow, KY, USA 02/08/2019 (per indicia).

[Baloney and Clyde] (Table of Contents)

Scooby-Doo / cover / 1 page (report information)

Script
?
Pencils
Walter Carzon (credited)
Inks
Horacio Ottolini (credited)
Colors
Silvana Brys (credited)
Letters
Saida Temofonte (credited)

First Line of Dialogue or Text
See Scoob? Like I keep telling everybody… You gotta play it SAFE!
Genre
humor; anthropomorphic-funny animals; detective-mystery
Characters
Scooby-Doo; Shaggy
Synopsis
Dressed as Bonnie and Clyde, Scooby-Doo and Shaggy take moneybags from a bank vault.
Keywords
bad-joke; bank robbery; coins; costumes; vault

Indexer Notes

Displays Scooby-Doo 50th Anniversary logo.

The Gang’s All Here (Table of Contents: 1)

Scooby-Doo / comic story / 10 pages (report information)

Script
Sholly Fisch (credited)
Pencils
Walter Carzon (credited)
Inks
Horacio Ottolini (signed)
Colors
Silvana Brys (credited)
Letters
Saida Temofonte (credited)
Editing
Harvey Richards (credited)

Job Number
DCCO41142
First Line of Dialogue or Text
There’s your money.
Genre
humor; anthropomorphic-funny animals; detective-mystery
Characters
Scooby-Doo; Shaggy; Fred; Daphne; Velma; bank teller; bank customers; ghosts of old-time bank robbers “Connie and Floyd” and “Ron Derringer”; police officers; costumed robbers
Synopsis
The ghosts of old-time bank robbers “Connie and Floyd” and “Ron Derringer” have returned to resume their infamous careers.
Keywords
bank robbery; divide and conquer; ghosts; vault

Indexer Notes

New story.

The Freeloading Ghost (Table of Contents: 2)

Scooby-Doo / comic story / 4 pages (report information)

Script
Darryl Kravitz (credited as Darryl Taylor Kravitz)
Pencils
Karen Matchette (credited)
Inks
Karen Matchette (credited)
Colors
Heroic Age (credited)
Letters
Randolph Gentile (credited as Randy Gentile)
Editing
Jeanine Schaefer (credited)

Job Number
DCSD8657
First Line of Dialogue or Text
It didn’t take long to discover, when Scooby found the crystal key, that Mr. Ditsel was using it to control the ghost of his ancestors to scare the locals into selling their land cheap so he could make a profit.
Genre
humor; anthropomorphic-funny animals; detective-mystery
Characters
Scooby-Doo; Shaggy; Fred; Daphne; Velma; Mr. Ditsel; police officers; the Crystal Key Ghost
Synopsis
The resolution of a mystery, and subsequent de-ghosting of an old house, by Mystery Inc. leaves an overly verbose ghost without a home. Unbeknownst to the gang, he decides to take up residence in The Mystery Machine – and develops a taste for Scooby Snacks.
Reprints
Keywords
displacement; frequently reprinted story; ghost; haunting; new home; unexpected intrusion

Indexer Notes

The Crystal Key Ghost is an unusually rendered character, comprised of a skeleton’s skull and body – but filled-out by swirling black ink lines from neck-to-toe, filled-in with light gray coloring that leaves the bones visible. The Ghost delivers a full-page, six-panel soliloquy on page two, as the sole character on that page, on the state of his abrupt upheaval. A sequel appears to be set-up in the final panel.

This story was also reprinted three issues earlier in #94, as well as in two earlier issues of Scooby-Doo Where Are You? (DC, 2010 series). See the index entry for Scooby-Doo (DC, 1997 series) #127 (February 2008) for more detail.

UFO-No! (Table of Contents: 3)

Scooby-Doo / comic story / 6 pages (report information)

Script
Scott Peterson (credited)
Pencils
Scott Neely (credited)
Inks
Scott Neely (credited)
Colors
Heroic Age (credited)
Letters
Travis Lanham (credited)
Editing
Michael Siglain (credited)

Job Number
DCSD370
First Line of Dialogue or Text
We’re lost.
Genre
humor; anthropomorphic-funny animals; detective-mystery
Characters
Scooby-Doo; Shaggy; Fred; Daphne; Velma; Pritty Swords (singer); Pritty Swords's mother; Jason Woodriver (singer); alien
Synopsis
The show must go on, but Pritty Swords will not go on without her “custom-made tiara”, her signature centerpiece for the concert’s big finale. Did we mention the tiara was abducted by aliens?
Reprints
Keywords
aliens; concert; mystery; parody caricatures; pop-idols; tiara; UFO

Indexer Notes

Pritty Swords and Jason Woodriver are parody caricatures of pop-idols Brittany Spears and Justin Timberlake. Their dialogue is suitably-spacey for their character types, often punctuated by the expression “Yo”.

Editing
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Series Information
Table of Contents
  1. 0. [Baloney and Clyde]
    Scooby-Doo
  2. 1. The Gang’s All Here
    Scooby-Doo
  3. 2. The Freeloading Ghost
    Scooby-Doo
  4. 3. UFO-No!
    Scooby-Doo
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